Blockchain Healthcare Review
Blockchain Healthcare Review communicates the technical innovation of blockchain technology and how it is reshaping the future of HIT data governance.
Our mission is to deliver a comprehensive review of emerging Blockchain technology in relation to healthcare information technology, health data governance and cutting edge innovation from blockchain startups around the world. We are dedicated to building a community of informed and educated blockchain technology in healthcare enthusiasts.
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Healthcare Informatics serves as the leading source of information to more than 53,000 forward-thinking professionals involved in the planning, development, and implementation of important technological trends that define tomorrow’s healthcare. Pioneering concepts are presented and exchanged, as important strategic and information technology issues face organizations such as hospitals, medical groups, and integrated health systems are addressed. Members of the Healthcare Informatics community share a focus on healthcare IT leadership, vision, and strategy—driving change forward by shaping innovations that point the way to the future of healthcare.
Telehealth and Medicine Today™
Telehealth and Medicine Today™ is an open access digital journal offering rapid, peer reviewed publication of research and commentaries related to innovations in digital and telecommunications technologies in patient centered care. Emphasis focuses on program implementation, process improvement, innovation, bottom line impact of interventions, and econometrics, that advance value-based healthcare for the 21st century. The audience includes hospitals and medical research centers; payers; healthcare providers; medical directors; researchers; innovators; academicians; health economists; biopharm and device companies; IT/IS; and all others with an interest in digital health and telemedicine.